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The Bosch plastic push button (AP2804452) has broken on my SHU9950 dishwasher. The switch itself is still good. I have removed the broken pieces of the bad button from the unit and am now depressing the switch without the button. When I get the new push button, what is the proper way to remove the control panel cover to put the new button in place? Thanks!

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